LET’S ‘CALL IN’ BIAS RATHER THAN SHAMING OTHERS
When faced with biases, we should consider an alternative to ‘calling out’ the behaviour: ‘calling in’ is a more compassionate, inclusive, coaching-style approach, said Christopher McAuliffe, ICF MCC, CEO and founder, Accomplishment Coaching.
McAuliffe said calling out someone “can make [bias] stop but it can be shaming so it’s not always a very effective way to bring about change” while “there’s a fair amount of belief and evidence [suggesting] silence equals consent”.
In his EMCC conference session, ‘Who do you think you are?’ McAuliffe suggested...
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